Monday, 22 February 2021

Elisir D'Ambrosia - Elisir D'Ambrosia (2018)

The debut album from this Italian band.

The band was a quartet with a lineup of drums, bass, guitars, piano, keyboards and vocals.

A further quartet of guest musicians provided bass, keyboards and percussion.

The RPI - Rock Progressive Italiano - scene is alive and well. Many new bands follows the big bands from the 1970s while most of those bands again is still alive. 

And it is very much kicking too.

This band from Venice gives us forty-five minutes of unashamed RPI. 

The music is hard at times while it also gives us some pastoral RPI too. 

It is an album full of contrasts in other words. The vocals is very good and the bass players is doing a very good job too.

There is no great tracks here though. Nevertheless, this is a more than acceptable album in the RPI tradition and a very nice addition to this scene and sound.

3 points



 

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